Recent twts from jlj
I keep going back ‘n’ forth on whether to experiment with Pleroma on my Pi. :-) A Tildes post on the sad news that Feneas is struggling has rekindled the fire, oddly. I just like knowing, first-hand, what’s involved in running these services; I feel it makes me a better yarn.social advocate. ^⨰^
@darch (#r5m7hna) H’m… Isn’t that an error message that you get when you haven’t yet built the dependencies? Specifically the
go.rice dependency? I think that running
make deps – to build rice and minify – first might solve your problem. :-)
Huh. Just did a two-hour, recorded handover of Terraform code I wrote for a client. They had me destroy all the infrastructure live, pull the code apart in separate files, and build the infrastructure back up again. Exhilarating, and exhausting! Time for a beer. :-)
@movq (#enzvgvq) Oh, wow! Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing. :-)
@prologic @mckinley (#2eing7q) Actually, I think you worded it well. Certainly makes sense to me. Swap “open source” for “free/libre software” and I bet even #rms would’ve been happy with what you emphasised. :-)
@prologic @lazarus (#2eing7q) I would never call you ignorant. ;-D But #rms would take umbrage with your conflating open source and free software, I’d imagine. ‘…“open source” doesn’t fully convey the importance of the movement and the potential long-term social problems caused by proprietary software. [FSF et al] sees OSI as being too concerned with promoting the practical benefits of non-proprietary software (including its profitability and the efficiency of a community-driven development model), and not concerned ethical [issues]…’ https://envs.sh/PH
@lazarus (#2eing7q) While I don’t disagree with the points you’ve raised, I do think there are other aspects to consider on the subject #rms and the FSF: e.g., the future of the latter as a vibrant, thriving organisation in the next decade and beyond; in particular, I think some comments on the recent LWN article raise good points regarding this.
Wow! “The current state of the art is humans, mostly quadriplegic people, with chips which let them control robot arms with enough accuracy to pick up small delicate objects, play games, and type by thinking words. Current state of the art implants let people get tactile feedback too - they can intuitively know the position of the arm they’re controlling and feel the amount of pressure on each finger tip.” https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=26747773
“In the larger sense, entrepreneurship in America is very much dead. That doesn’t mean that it isn’t thriving in a specific Silicon Valley subculture, that to be fair makes massive contributions to the broader economy. But it should make us question what makes the Valley so different from Main Street, USA. If not just to figure out how to export the model from Palo Alto to Oklahoma.” https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=26781681
@firstname.lastname@example.org (#32lyv6q) Hear, hear! Drives me batty; that, and references to how “obvious” or “simple” such and such is. My friend, you don’t have to think about any particular subject you might choose for more than a few minutes – particularly from the perspective of others – before such statements look naive and foolish. For goodness sake, I was reminded but a few hours ago that no two people see the same rainbow: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cTqRE4F6qJ4 – YT, sorry.